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you should get some sleep." "several states are too close to call so we're not going to have anything more to say". donald trump/(r) presidential elect: "i just received a call from secretary clinton she congratulated us on our victory. )) the nation is still waiting to hear hillary clinton's concession speech... she is expected to speak later today on the election results... thanks for joining us, i'm kirsten joyce. ((brian loftus)) >> and i'm brian loftus. the united states is waking up to a brand new president elect... donald trump. ((kirsten joyce)) >> craig boswell is live from
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president-elect donald trump emerged onstage at his election night headquarters in new york...cheered by crowds of supporters: (trump) no' of division //it is time for us to come for us as one united republic the republican nominee defied expectations tuesday... tracking up crucial victories in the battleground states of florida, north carolina and ohio, among others: earlier...hillary clinton called trump to concede the race. (trump ) she congratulated us on our victory and i congratulated her. she fought very hard clinton's campaign chairman john podesta addressed crowds of supporters gathered at her election night
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every person across the country who supported hillary to know that your voices and your enthusiam means so much to her despite wins in virginia, colorado and nevada...the democratic nominee failed to carry many of the battleground states president obama win in 2012. many of those gathered to see a clinton left in tears: to me it's unbelievable we can garner support for candidate who is so anti-immigrant (craig boswell cbs news washington, dc) as the results trickled in...crowds of demonstrators gathered outside the white house...anxiously waiting an end to a bitter presidential contest i am extremely disappointed. i along with many other americans expected a very different result. i'm celebrating, one - because the candidate that i voted for won. number 2 - i'm celebrating because we're seeing american democracy in action trump beat out 16 primary challengers....on his road to the white house.
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trump's campaign, called to congratulate him on a big night. craig boswell cbs news washington. ((brian loftus)) thanks, craig... we're now going to take a look at nevada's senate race between thanks, craig... we're now going to take a look at nevada's senate race between congressman joe heck and former nevada attorney general catherine cortez masto... ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now reporter michael stevens has more on the final numbers. good morning, michael. ((michael stevens)) >> brian, kirsten... over the past several weeks... the big question in our state was who's going to take the senate race... and fill retiring senator harry reid's seat. it was just after 9-last night when catherine cortez masto claimed victory... with a 47 to 45-percent lead over her opponent republican joe
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attorney general spoke to supporters at the aria shortly after her win... here's what she had to say: ((catherine cortez masto: i want you to know this is not my win.. this is our win. we did it together.)) ((catherine cortez masto: we have some things we have to fight for... we have to fight for an economy that is right... we have to insure an increase in minimum wage.. equal pay for equal work. paid family leave and a future for our kids.)) ((catherine cortez masto: taking to washington.. it's ours.)) ((michael stevens)) >> the 52-year-old will be the first latina in the u.s. senate. her campaign framed her as a "bipartisan problem solver"
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>> meanwhile, her opponent joe heck... didn't speak last night at his election party at the south point hotel and casino. instead his campaign released a statement this morning saying quote... "it was a high honor representing the people of congressional district 3. my constituents were always my priority and i hope my record of working for them reflects my commitment of putting people above politics." "i am extremely thankful for those that supported my volunteers and staff, and for my family who stood by me through it all." the race attracted a ton of outside cash from donors including the billionaire koch brothers, who have a long-running feud with reid and sought the symbolic victory of wresting his seat from the democratic party. during the campaign heck's allies sought to portray cortez masto as corrupt during her time as the state's top prosecutor. now to some of the big questions on the ballot.
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expand gun background checks... as of 1-this morning... the associated press called the race... saying nevada voters approved the measure. this now closes what was called a loophole in the current law by requiring background checks through a licensed gun dealer when firearms change hands -- including personal and online sales. now to question two... nevadans have voted to legalize the recreational use of marijuana. passage of ballot question an ounce of pot starting january 1st. a 15 percent tax will be levied on the sales, with revenue going to regulate the substance and support education. local governments will be allowed to make rules on where marijuana businesses can be located, but won't be allowed to impose blanket bans on the substance. ((michael stevens)) >> we're now going to send things over to nia wong...
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and the rest of the questions on the nevada ballot, nia? ((nia wong)) michael, democrats swept the congressional races last night. ruben kihuen unseatedncum bent congressman cresent hardy. polls show him winning at 52 percent to 48 percent. this win makes kihuen nevada's first latino congressman congresswoman dina titus holds onto her seat. she beat her republican rival mary perry 63 to 29. new this morning jackey rosen e joe heck's seat in district 3. she beats businessman danny tarkanian...narr owly 51 to 49 ((nia wong)) but first, let's take a closer look at congressional district four. kihuen will now jump from the state senate to the u-s house of representatives. kihuen addressed his supporters at the aria conference room last night. you've got to understand since kihuen announced he was running for this seat 19 months ago...he has had the backing of senator
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culinary union. kihuen thanked his supporters and threw it back to his roots as the son of a former farmworker and housekeeper both his parents were at his side for his victory speech: (( ruben kihuen: "i want to say thank you to every single one of you who took the time to make calls, to canvass door to door, who gave a dollar to this campaign, thanks to you we won this congressional race." )) ((nia wong)) >> congressman cresent hardy conceded shortly after....thanking his supporters and saying he has no regrets on his accomplishments of this campaign. ((nia wong)) here's the numbers for question 372 monopolies on energy companies and lowering energy market regulations....wh ich is expected to give nevadans more choices when choosing an energy provider. question 4... 72 to 28 percent voters chose to get rid of taxing medical...oxygen and mobility equipment. and finally, question 5 ... ...yes 56 percent to 44. this will extend the fuel tax
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going to clark county's road improvement projects. back to you, brian and kirsten./// ((kirsten joyce)) we're going to send things over to sherry with weather. /// ((sherry swensk)) what a warm election day for us. it was a beautifully sunny day
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.............. right now we are cooling off to the 50s and low 60s. ................ outside the valley also cooling down to 50s and 60s... with some northerly breezes along the river again today. ............. highs rising ck again by the afternoon. ((sherry swensk))
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((demetria obilor)) there's a crash on sunset at us 95. it looks there's a vehicle that's flipped over here. you may be forced to go down to gibson anm to the northbound 95 ramp. you may want to use galleria as an alternate. ((demetria obilor)) >> back to you./// ((brian loftus)) parts of the country are still in shock.. over the presidential results.. ((kirsten joyce)) >> coming up after the break.. we speak with several political science professors in studio... to break down what happened last night. /// ((kirsten joyce))
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welcome back to your donald trump is now our new president of the united states... and some voters were not expecting this kind of turn- out. ((brian loftus)) >> professor mark peplowski... and dr. ken fernandez are joining us.. to give us some insight on how the numbers
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things over to sherry with weather. /// ((sherry swensk)) lights of the city turned red,
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election... downtown summerlin canopy all lit up overnight. ............... temps cooling off into the 50s around the valley now. ........................... well above normal for us in southern nevada... near record highs again. ............... a windy day with santa ana winds in southern california and that will drive temps well above normal with highs in the hot 90s today along the coast. ..............
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day... then mid 70s this weekend... and rising slightly early next week. long range models are hinting at cooler 60s late next week though... and we'll see how that turns out./// ((sherry swensk)) back to you./// let's send it over to demetria for a check of traffic./// ((demetria obilor)) expect lane closures later this
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215 and speedway in the northeast. expect delays up at the speedway on i-15 saturday and sunday for aviation nation. there will be lots of closures on sunday on i-15 and the str closures will also impact
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the election results had a big impact on our u-s markets.... ((brian loftus)) >> jill wagner takes a look at the big plunge the stocks took after donald trump was announced president. good morning brian and kirsten! donald trump's suprise win--- and uncertainty surrounding a trump presidency... is shocking financial markets.... which expected and priced-in a hillary clinton victory. overseas... asian and european markets are tumbling... at one point... the dow futures here in the u-s were pointing to a more than 800 point drop at the open. they've recovered a great deal after hillary clinton conceded.// markets don't like uncertainty... and there are a lot of question marks surrounding donald trump's economic positions... trump has said he wants to revamp the tax code... and u-s immigration policy. he's been crtical of the u-s federal reserve. there is concern the u-s could withdraw from major trade
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((kirsten joyce)) morning.. we'll be running our election ticker at the bottom of your screen.. to keep you updated on the latest results. ((brian loftus)) >> coming up in our next half hour.. we'll take a look at the commission race.. as well as a recap of the presidential race... on the valley's news leader. /// (( donald trump/president elect: "i look very much forward to being your president and at the end of 2
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"it's been what they call a historic event but to be really historic you have to do a good job, and i promise you i won't let you down..i'll do a great job." )) >> it's official... donald trump has been elected our 45th president of the united states. thanks for joining us, i'm kirsten joyce. ((brian loftus)) >> and i'm brian loftus. the 2016 presidential campaign was a historice race.. with tense moments leading up to election day. ((kirsten joyce)) >> we have team coverage with the very latest election results... with 8 news now reporters nia wong and michael stevens. ((brian loftus)) >> nia is taking a closer look at the commission race... but first, we want to send things over to michael... with a recap of the presidential race...
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the difference 24-hours can make, right? yesterday, at this time we were telling people to get out and vote. now the votes have been counted and billionaire businessman donald trump will be our next president. in the uk - they're calling trump's victory a 'brexit-style shock." vice president-elect mike pence is also declard donald trump's victory "a historic night." the republican nominee won last night after capturing wisconsin's 10 electoral votes, putting him over the 270 threshold. after the win... trump, addressed supporters at his said hillary clinton called him to congratulate him on his victory. he went on to say he's going to be a president for all americans... and is reaching out to those who didn't support him during his campaign: ((donald trump: working together, we will begin the urgent task of rebuilding our nation and renewing the american dream. i've spent my entire life in business, looking at the untapped potential in projects and people all over the world. that is now what i want to do for our country.
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((michael stevens)) >> trump pulled off wins in key battleground states tuesday night, including florida, ohio and north carolina. stunned hillary clinton supporters wiped away tears after the democrat's multiple paths to victory disappeared one by one. clinton failed to carry many of the battleground states and speaking of obama... the president congradulated trump on his victory and is expected to have him over at the white house tomorrow. hillary clinton did not address her supporters last night at her election party in new york city... instead the chairman of her campaign took the podium to tell voters to go home... and the campaign would have more to say today. brian, kirsten? ((brian loftus)) >> michael,
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((michael stevens)) >> brian, we just got word... she'll be addressing staff and supporters at 6-30am our time. of course, we'll have what she has to say both on-air and online. brian? ((brian loftus)) it was a tough fight for the commission seats... ((kirsten joyce)) >> all the winners were incumbents .. which means they currently hold the position. 8 news now reporter nia wong gives us a break down of the results, nia? ((nia wong)) >> brian and kirsten. all of this commissi exception of district d. democrats held onto all positions. here's how the night played out. ((nia wong)) >> here's a look at the race for district a: sisolak was first elected to the commission in 2008 ... and selected by his peers in 2011 to serve as vice chair .. and chair in 2013. now he holds onto his seat...defeating michael thomas
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kirkpatrick beat kevin williams...also 57 to 43. kirkpatrick was first appointed by the governor to the commission in 2015./// larry brown is the commissioner for district c. beating stephen sedmeyer 58 to 42. in district d.....commissioner lawrence weekly holds onto his position by an overwhelming margin. ((nia wong)) weekly won 79 percent of the vote....beating anthony osnaya with his 21 perecent. back to you at the desk. we're going to send things over to sherry with weather. /// ((sherry swensk)) what a warm election day for we tied the record high of 83! it was a beautifully sunny day and just a peacefully sunny day with light winds.
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the 50s and low 60s. ................ outside the valley also cooling down to 50s and 60s... with river again today. ............. highs rising back up to 80 degrees again by the afternoon. demetria, how are the roads doing?
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traffic is getting busier in the spaghetti bowl right now. take a look at how things are flowing around us 95 and i-15... ((demetria obilor))
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coming up after the break.. we'll be breaking down several key issues that were on ((brian loftus)) >> the impact nevada will see from background gun checks... as well as recreational marijuana. /// ((brian loftus))
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election night is a case of upsets... and nothing but surprises... ((kirsten joyce)) >> here to break down post- election analysis from the races here in nevada.... are political science professors mark peplowski and dr.
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we're going to weather.
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((sherry swensk)) back to you./// light to the east... some breezes out at red rock this morning...
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winds today. .............. after tying the record high of 83 yesterday... we'll stay warm today and much closer to record highs than normal 70 degrees. .......
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down to 50s and 60s... with some northerly breezes along the river again today. ............. highs rising back up to 80 degrees again by the afternoon. ((sherry swensk)) back to you./// let's send it over to demetria for a check of traffic./// ((demetria obilor)) there's lots of construction grand central due to project neon. ((demetria obilor)) >> back to you./// ((you're watching the valley's news leader... with brian loftus, kirsten joyce, sherri swensk and
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this is 8 news now good day)) ((kirsten joyce)) >> it is time now for our
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we are joined by jovie heard of the animal foundation, thank you for coming in. and who do we have here? jovie heard: chappo. he's a 2 year old minpin mix. ((kirsten joyce)) he's adorable, jovie. jovie: he's calm, he's sweet. ((kirsten joyce)) he is so sweet. especially now, he's like i want to hang out here for the day. and see who he wants to come home with. jovie, how old is he? jovie: 2 years old. ((kirsten joyce)) so he's a good age, so he's kinda got that excitement out of him for the first puppy year, jovie: he's eager to learn. he's a sucker for treats. ((kirsten joyce)) he's a sweetheart jovie. well we wanna see who he might wanna pick for football sunday. you get him out enjoying the beautiful weather on a nice walk, and then he winds up on your lap watching some good football. we're gonna see who he picks between the denver broncos and the new orleans saints. we're going to see who our dear chappo picks. come on chappo! the new orleans saints! oh wait! there we go
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broncos!/// ((kirsten joyce)) >> if you'd like to adopt chappo.. just call the animal foundation at 702-384-3333. /// ((brian loftus)) we're going to send things of your weather. /// ((sherry swensk)) early light and sunrise will be around 6:15 this morning. .............. right now we are cooling off to the 50s and low 60s.
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down to 50s and 60s... with some northerly breezes along the river again today. ............. highs rising back up to 80 degrees again by the afternoon.... then slightly cooler by veterans day and warming again by early x ((sherry swensk)) ((demetria obilor)) tonight, the eastbound 215 ramp to mccarran will shut down
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alternates between 9pm and 5am. the spaghetti bowl is still moving slowly along southbound i-15. ((demetria obilor)) >> back to you./// ((kirsten joyce)) situation ... as hillary clinton is expected to finally concess to donald trump .. ((brian loftus)) >> we'll bring you her speech live .. coming up in the 6 am hour. ((kirsten joyce)) plus... analyzing this unprecedented election .... we're joined in studio by local
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day, the valley's news leader./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.))
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on 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader. i'm brian loftus. ((kirsten joyce)) >> and i'm kirsten joyce. america has spoken-- donald trump is the next president of the united states. ((brian loftus)) >> hillary clinton did not give a concession speech last night .. . but she is expected to speak in just 30 minutes. ((kirsten joyce)) >> emily schmidt is live in new york city with the las ((kirsten joyce))

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